Scott Valentine joined Centerstone in 1998. In his role as Compliance & Privacy Officer, he is responsible for the administration, implementation and management of Centerstone Tennessee’s Compliance and Privacy programs. Valentine is considered a subject expert on healthcare privacy and is a valued member of the compliance staff. He also serves as Title VI Coordinator for Tennessee.
Valentine is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center with a BS degree in Health Information Management. He holds certification as a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) from the American Health Information Management Association, and certifications in Health Care Privacy (CHCP) and Health Care Compliance (CHC) from the Health Care Compliance Association.
Kim King joined Centerstone in 2013 as Executive Assistant to the Regional CEO, Tennessee. As part of the executive management team, she provides strategic planning, creative problem solving, systems development and logistical support to accelerate the effectiveness of key leaders in the organization. Further, she serves as Board Liaison to the Board of Directors, Tennessee.
King earned a BA in Liberal Arts / Human Services and Child Development from the University of Tennessee and an MS in Criminal Justice Administration from Tennessee State University/Middle Tennessee State University.
John Sanders is the Director of Housing Services. He has been with Centerstone since 1999.
Sanders attended MTSU and TSU, and holds an MS degree in Guidance and Counseling. He is part of the Homeless No More steering board.
Mandi Ryan is Director of Healthcare Innovation for Centerstone. She is the Health Link Administrator, which provides Health Home services by promoting whole-person care coordination, health promotion, and wellness coaching across all of the organization’s nineteen outpatient clinics throughout Tennessee. She is leading the organization’s Behavioral Episodes of Care Initiative and Integrated Care primary care partnership in four of the outpatient clinics. She also serves as the Project Director for two Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI) grants, which provide Health Home services to adult clients in Nashville and Clarksville, resulting in improved mental and physical health outcomes.
Under her leadership, Centerstone became one of the first providers to receive accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) as a Behavioral Health Home for children and adults in May 2015 in four of the organization’s outpatient clinic and in May 2016, received Health Home accreditation in all of the organization’s nineteen outpatient clinics throughout Tennessee.
Ryan has over fifteen years of experience in nursing, behavioral health, primary care and integrated services. She received her BS in Nursing in Leadership and Administration from Walden University and her BS in Biology from Ouachita University. She enjoys spending time with her family and reading.
Kathy Rogers received her BA degree in Psychology from Stonehill College in North Easton, MA, and her MSSW from The University of Tennessee School of Social Work.
After starting her career at Dede Wallace Center as an outpatient therapist, she worked for Miller Medical and Nashville Healthcare providing outpatient services to Prudential/PruCare members before moving into more administrative and UM roles with Columbia Healthcare Network. She began Quality Improvement work in 2000 with Magellan Behavioral Health and was hired at Centerstone in 2005.
Rogers is a native New Yorker who has been in Nashville for nearly 40 years. She and her husband, Bob have two children and one grandson.
Sherry Randles is Director of Mobile Crisis Care services in Tennessee. In her role she oversees the Centerstone Mobile Crisis Care services for Bedford, Cheatham, Coffee, Dickson, Franklin, Giles, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Perry, Robertson, Stewart, and Wayne counties.
Randles has worked for crisis services in some capacity for over 10 years. She began her career at Centerstone as a therapist in 1995. She holds a MA in Counseling from Trevecca University and is a licensed professional counselor.
Elliot Pinsly serves as Director of Marketing & Business Development in Tennessee. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who joined Centerstone in February 2009 as a clinician on the Intensive In-Home Treatment team. He has served in numerous roles during his tenure with the organization including Referral & Outreach Coordinator, Authorizations Team Manager, and Intensive In-Home Therapist. Prior to joining Centerstone, Pinsly served as Rehabilitation Counseling Therapist with the Department of Veterans Affairs at the Nashville VA outpatient Mental Health Clinic.
He has held multiple board and council affiliations including his current role as the Chair for Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Planning & Policy Council (Region IV) and previously as Chair for the Davidson County Community Advisory Board, a public charity which obtained 501(c)(3) status under his leadership. Born and raised in Nashville, Pinsly completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA, where he ultimately received a MSW degree. He now resides in Nashville with his wife, Jessica, and his two sons, Aidan and Matthew.
Lacy Monday is Director of Crisis Care services in Tennessee. In her role, she oversees the Centerstone 24/7 Crisis Call Center. Monday has worked for crisis services in some capacity for over 5 years. She began her career at Centerstone as the Program Coordinator for two federal suicide prevention grants.
Monday holds a MA in Social Work from the University of Tennessee and is a licensed clinical social worker.
Elaine Hice has been with Centerstone since 1990. She is the Director of Customer Care for Tennessee and the Area Manager for the Southern Region of Tennessee. As Director of Customer Care, she assists with the creation, implementation and amending of computer/programming duties completed by the Support Staff. She also monitors and assists all staff with administrative billing and service failures generated through the billing process.
Tonya L. Gilbert joined Centerstone as the Human Resources Director. In her role, she oversees employee relations issues and litigation matters, develops and implements cultural initiatives and ensures staffing requirements are met. As HR Director, she also ensures all procedures regarding employment and employees including, compensation, hiring and termination, assigned job responsibilities, and others are administered lawfully, equitably, and in a manner that motivates employees to reach their full potential as individual staff members so that the organization benefits as a whole.
Her more than 15 years of HR experience has ranged from support services, administration and labor relations over the course of her career.
Gilbert is a proud alumna of Tennessee State University where she received a BS in Speech Communication/Broadcast Journalism. She also holds an MBA and a PHR and SHRM- CP certifications. She resides in Nashville, TN.